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New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Dec 12, 2016)

New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Dec 12, 2016) FOLO digital divorce social eating To know the definition and other details of these new words , visit About words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionary. Blog post written by: Cambridge Words … Continue reading

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Do you like swimming?: How to form questions in English – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Dec 07, 2016)

Do you like swimming?: How to form questions in English – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Dec 07, 2016) Questions are a basic part of our conversations, but they are quite difficult in English. Many students make mistakes with them. … Continue reading

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They’re crazy about football. (Talking about interests) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 30, 2016)

They’re crazy about football. (Talking about interests) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 30, 2016) This week we’re looking at words and phrases that we use to say that we are interested in something. If someone enjoys a particular … Continue reading

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Cambridge Dictionary’s Word of the Year 2016 – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 29, 2016)

Cambridge Dictionary’s Word of the Year 2016 – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 29, 2016) It’s that time again, when publishers reveal the word or words that they believe encapsulate the year. As many readers will know from previous … Continue reading

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Modal verbs – the basics – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 23, 2016)

Modal verbs – the basics – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 23, 2016) The main modal verbs in English are: can, could, may, might, must, ought, shall, will and would. They are used to express important ideas: For further … Continue reading

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New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 21, 2016)

New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 21, 2016) sneakerhead glunge shacket To know the definition and other details of these new words , visit About words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionary. Blog post written by: Cambridge Words This preview … Continue reading

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Describing landscapes – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 16, 2016)

Describing landscapes – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 16, 2016) Have you ever wanted to describe an area of the countryside but found you didn’t have the right words? If so, we’ll fix that this week with a look … Continue reading

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New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 14, 2016)

New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 14, 2016) socialating ghosting TWAG To know the definition and other details of these new words , visit About words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionary. Blog post written by: Cambridge Words This preview … Continue reading

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The US election in 24 hours of words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 10, 2016)

The US election in 24 hours of words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 10, 2016) November 8, 2016, marked the end of one of the most eventful presidential election campaigns in United States history. People across the globe watched … Continue reading

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How to say no politely – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 09, 2016)

How to say no politely – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Nov 09, 2016) Saying no to a kind offer or invitation can be tricky. We often feel slightly embarrassed by it – the last thing we want is to … Continue reading

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